The web resource “Churches and the Holocaust: Teaching Resources for Faculty” offers a variety of resources for teaching about the history of the churches during the Holocaust and the ongoing legacy of this history for moral and ethical questions today, including:
- Excerpts from video testimonies by survivors
- Downloadable copies of lectures by leading historians in the field
- Live chats with experts in the field for professors and students
- Syllabus exchange
The website provides seminary and religious studies faculty with access to current research and access to leading scholars. Professors can also form groups for their classes on the website which will provide students direct access to information on the website and the ability to interact with scholars.
This resource is a place for professors and their classes to exchange ideas and opinions, engage in conversation with experts in the field, and explore video testimonies, documents, articles and other resources. The website will be updated throughout the coming academic year.
If you would like to be invited to join the “Churches and the Holocaust: Teaching Resources for Faculty” website or start an online group for your class on the website, please contact
Victoria Barnett, PhD
Program on Ethics, Religion, and the Holocaust
Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW
Washington, DC 20024-2126
The Programs on Ethics, Religion, and the Holocaust are supported by the Hoffberger Family Foundation and by Joseph A. and Janeal Cannon and Family.